Silver Strikers football club has emphasized rules that every player should follow when he want to try his lucky at any other club outside the country.
The central bankers general secretary Lawrence Yobe said they have done this as they don’t want their players to negotiate deals with agents who sometimes mislead the players.
The club has made the rules few weeks after a South African agent had talks with striker Michael Teteh and midfielder Duncan Nyoni without the club’s concent and Yobe has confirmed from now on its the team that will facilitate trials for it’s players.
“We have talked to our players and we have told them from today on any club that wants our players should talk to Silver Strikers as required by FIFA and we will not allow any player to go for trials through agents who mislead the players and in the end it’s the team that comes in to bail the players when in trouble in the foreign land.
“When we negotiate deals for our players to play professional football directly with other clubs it’s easy and it helps us facilitate deals that benefit the team as well as the players for instance Chawanangwa Kaonga and Mathews Siwale who are playing in Mozambique and have settled down very well “, he said.